Check out our tools and tips on how to stay in control of your electricity costs.
The way we generate electricity in NZ is truly wonderful. Last year, over 80% of our country’s
electricity supply came from renewable sources, and at Mercury that number was 100%. We think it’s
time for it to power more of our transport fleet too...
EVs are powerful, quiet, and remarkably cheap to run. The electric options in NZ are growing
everyday so we think it’s time to kiss goodbye to petrol cars. EVs are our future, but they’re here
E.bikes are gravity defying, traffic-beating and awesome fun. They’re not just a better bike, they’re
an alternative to a car for commuting and other short trips. Don't take our word for it, try one (or
buy one) for yourself...
E.scooters have revolutionised inner city transport in our major centres over the past couple of
years. We think they're a wonderful way to make those short trips fast and fun...
Electric planes, trains, skateboards, farm vehicles, or even walking. There’s an electric solution to
suit nearly every need...
Using home-grown, renewable electricity to do more things is our generation’s revolution. We have
great deals for your home or business, and wonderful offers on electric transport. It’s time to join
If walking is your way to join the electric revolution, our app Mercury Go will reward you for moving your feet.
Download the app, complete challenges and you’ll get wonderful rewards like Mercury Dollars or competition entries.
Together, Mercury customers have already circled the earth over 23 times. That’s a whole lot of wonderful human energy!
There are a growing number of wonderful electric innovations to suit most transport needs. Check these out...
Electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft are an exciting revolution that could change the way we commute and travel everyday.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s electric! Aircraft manufacturers are excited about the wonderful opportunities going electric and hybrid can offer.
There are even e.transport solutions for businesses. Check out the story below on how our farmer ditched his gas guzzler and embraced an e.polaris.